Usain Bolt has said Tyson Gay should have been “kicked out of the sport” for doping and labelled the decision to reduce the American’s ban and reinstate him as “the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard”.
As Paula Radcliffe prepares to run her final competitive marathon on Sunday in London, she laughs as she remembers a conversation with the then race director, Dave Bedford, in those moments of happy delirium following her world record in 2003.
Few things are certain in this election, but the presence of a lot more SNP members in the next parliament looks pretty much guaranteed.
The Nottingham Forest defender has heaped praise on the German.
Ed Miliband has insisted that the people smuggling migrants across the Mediterranean are to blame for the mass drownings in recent weeks – but refused to back down from his claim that inadequate postwar planning in Libya contributed to the crisis.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has revealed that he is undergoing treatment for back pain after speculation about his health.
Lord Heseltine, the former Tory deputy prime minister who championed the regeneration of Britain’s inner cities in the 1980s, is being lined up by the shadow business secretary to advise Labour in government.
How do Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane and Southampton’s Graziano Pelle compare ahead of their upcoming clash?
Novak Djokovic penned the opening chapter of his annual attempt to reshape the most familiar narrative in modern tennis with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters.
Ed Miliband has made a direct pitch for the support of disaffected “one nation” Tories, insisting that he is on “the centre ground of politics” and would save the country from David Cameron’s rightwing, anti-EU agenda.